New Delhi: Hitting back at Shahrukh Khan’s justification for scuffle at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) officials on Thursday said in Mumbai that the film star breached the canons of ethics and now he was trying to justify his acts in the name protecting his children. The officials slammed the KKR co-owner for allegedly trying to gain public sympathy in this case.

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The scuffle between Shahrukh Khan and MCA staff, which took place on Wednesday, took an uglier turn on Thursday as both sides have got engaged in making allegations and counter allegations against each-other.

Earlier justifying his stand in this case, Shahrukh had said that he had not done anything wrong on Wednesday night and didn’t need to apologise for his acts rather it was for MCA officials to do so for misbehaving with his children.

In a fresh turn of event, the Mumbai police on Thursday registered a case of non-cognisable offence against the film star in this connection.

(JPN)

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